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2018-2019 School Year

posted Sep 1, 2017, 12:19 PM by Marianne Twehues   [ updated a minute ago ]
Welcome to the 2018-2019 school year.  
Welcome our new 1-2nd grade teacher Mrs. Lynn Bartlett and 8th grade teacher Mr. James Hubbard!
Also a warm welcome to our new 7th grade teacher Mrs. Amy Bland!! 

REGISTRATION FOR 2019-2020

posted Feb 14, 2019, 6:41 AM by Marianne Twehues

 – Registration packets are available in the school office for any new families, new Pre-K students, and children who plan to attend our Kindergarten next school year.  Current family packets where sent home in the February 14th Thursday envelope.  Please return these as soon as possible. If you know someone who might be interested in sending their children to our school, please contact the office at 859-635-4382

4-H SEWING:

posted Jan 29, 2019, 10:07 AM by Marianne Twehues

 It’s time to start the 4-H sewing.  Anyone age 9 as of January 1, 2019 is eligible to participate.  We will meet at Wal-Mart on January 29at 4:30 in the material area to pick out our material. I will have the pattern list for you to choose from so all you need to do is meet us there. If you cant make it but still want to sew, let me know and I will get with you to advise you on what to choose. I will send schedule home after that letting you know what day to come to my house to sew. House # 635-3638 cell/text 859-466-3886, email klauer@zoomtown.com.

COF YOUTH EVENT

posted Jan 29, 2019, 10:06 AM by Marianne Twehues

State Youth Bowling is Sunday 2/3/19 @ 3:30pm at SuperBowl in Erlanger.  It will be in the upstairs alley.  The State court will pay for 2 games of bowling and shoe rental for all youth members. Any questions: contact Kristina Ament 859-802-3412

Penny War

posted Jan 29, 2019, 10:06 AM by Marianne Twehues

PENNY WAR:  The Penny War will take place during Catholic Schools Week. We are again allowing all currency to be accepted.  We will be measuring by dollar amount/student rather than weight.  The winner of the Penny War will be announced the following week.  The 1st place class will win a pizza party and the 2nd place class will win an ice cream party.  Good Luck to all the classes and start collecting that change!

Vacation Bible School

posted Jan 29, 2019, 10:05 AM by Marianne Twehues

Sts. Peter and Paul Parish Vacation Bible School this year will be, as always, the first week in June.  Dates are June 3 to 7.  Thanks to those who responded to my question about possible dates.  The week chosen was the week favored, so it seemed practical to keep this traditional first week in June as the official week each year.  No more questionnaires via email, I promise!   (Both school and PREP parents were consulted.)

Tournament Ads

posted Jan 3, 2019, 12:33 PM by Marianne Twehues   [ updated Jan 3, 2019, 12:34 PM ]

We are starting to solicit “ads” to be placed in our digital program that will be running during our tournament.  A $25 donation is suggested and is also tax deductible.  Please send digital file to invitationalads@stspp.com. Please send 25.00 check with this paper to Sts Peter and Paul school 2160 California Crossroads California KY 41007. Please note for clarity a JPEG digital file will produce the clearest image for the digital running program. We are also soliciting championship sponsorships.  Sponsorship would include company name on banner, full-page ad in our invitational program as well as your ad running during our digital program. A $125 donation is suggested and is also tax deductible.

Checks may be made payable to Sts. Peter & Paul Athletic Boosters Club.  Deadline for Champion Sponsorships ads will be January 13th, 2019 and Deadline for digital ads will be January 31st, 2019

Thank you very much for your support of this event.  Our announcer will periodically tell our fans to look at the ads running in our digital program and to please patronize these businesses.

COF Upcoming Events

posted Nov 29, 2018, 9:59 AM by Marianne Twehues

Wednesday, Dec. 5th:  State Court will host St. Nick Skating at RECA from 6:30pm-8:30pm. Free member admission, skate rental $2.50, non-skaters $2.50 (includes drink ticket) and Santa will have treats for the youth!

Sunday, Dec. 9th:  Breakfast with Santa will start at 9:30am and will end at 12:30pm.  This is the one event that I need youth members from infant to 8th grade to sign-up prior Dec. 1st.  Please email, call 859-441-8484, or text 859-802-3412 with your youth names, grades (if Kindergarten or older), or age for pre-K or younger.  All family members are encouraged to attend to eat breakfast.  The event is in the Social Center with Mr. & Mrs. Claus on stage handing out presents.  

CHRISTMAS CAROLING

posted Nov 29, 2018, 9:58 AM by Marianne Twehues

 Will take place on Friday, December 7th @3:45.  The Carolers will visit the shut-ins and elderly in nursing homes.  What a wonderful way to understand the “real” meaning of Christmas.  

Diocesan Placement Exam

posted Nov 29, 2018, 9:57 AM by Marianne Twehues

DIOCESAN PLACEMENT EXAM…  The Diocesan Placement Exam for incoming freshmen will be held Saturday, DECEMBER 8th from 9:00 a.m. – 12 Noon in Hegenauer Hall.  A $20.00 registration fee is required. Results of the test serve as the basis for the seven academic merit scholarships to be awarded by BBHS.  

VERY IMPORTANT NOTE…

Current diocesan guidelines encourage students to take the exam at any high school they wish. But, they will only be eligible for the academic scholarships from the school where the test was taken.  For information please call the BBHS main office at 859-635-2108.

We encourage parents to stay for coffee, donuts, and an informational session that will start at 9:15 and last approximately 45 minutes.  The session will focus on registration process, placement considerations, scholarships and tuition assistance.

Cardinal Bank

posted Sep 13, 2018, 8:52 AM by Marianne Twehues

Cardinal Bank opens up for this school year on Tuesday, Sept. 18th. United Bank has graciously offered this program to our 1st-8th grade students for many years.  The Cardinal Bank will be open once a month.  The money deposited into your child’s account receives a higher interest rate than you would normally find at a bank. Forms were sent home in the Thursday folder last week for first graders and new families. If you would like a form for opening account and didn’t receive one please let the office know.  

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